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Location: Camas, WA
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I was able to get to it without modifying the wrench. used a standard crapsman open ended wrench. of course this only allowed me to turn the bolt about 1/8 of a turn at a time. not sure if you have a/c (I do) and that makes it all that much more frustrating. anyway, the basic process was turn 1/8, flip wrench, turn 1/8, flip wrench, turn 1/8.... I've read that others have had good luck using a crow foot wrench. overall process took me almost 3 hours, of which approximately 2 hours and 58 minutes worth was spent "flippin' wrenches"
85 M491 Coupe - "Fat Bastard"
Old 12-09-2008, 06:59 AM
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